How Equal Employment Laws have Impacted Management and Recruiting

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How Equal Employment Laws have Impacted Management and Recruiting
Dealing properly and effectively with equal employment laws is one of the most difficult challenges managers and recruiters face today. With this fact in mind, the following discussion examines some of the equal employment laws and the impacts on management and recruiting.
The equal employment laws that impact managers and recruiters the most today were first established with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964. Title VII “Prohibits employment decisions based on race, color, sex, or national origin; employers must develop Affirmative Action Programs (AAPs) to recruit women and minorities” (Business 2010 Management Program, 2011). Since 1964, other laws have built upon...
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.....impacts of equal employment laws can be costly for organizations, in the end equal employment laws result in advantages for business organizations and society as a whole because they promotes equality as well as social and economic justice for everyone.
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